William_Clarkson

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  1. How many warning points is a ban?

    1. Winter Soldier

      Winter Soldier

      More than some by a bunch.

  2. On the bright side, some major holes in the team were clearly displayed & can be addressed and the draft position will be better with a 1st round exit.

    1. BanTSN

      BanTSN

      Better draft selection? The only way it would be worse is if we'd win the cup.

  3. The real challenge now is winning the Saddledome.

  4. Willie's got to shorten the bench. The depth is great, but the Sedins need to be out there more. They don't need to be on the PK, but they need to be out there more. They can handle playing 18 or maybe even 20+ for now and the Canucks cannot afford to lose game 4. Also, play Edler, Tanev, and Hamhuis closer to the 25 minute mark (Iike Calgary is with Russell, Wideman, and Brodie.

  5. Does anyone else think Hamhuis/Bieksa should be paired together for the playoffs?

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    2. Time Lord

      Time Lord

      ^No it's currenty Hamhuis - Weber and

      Sbisa - Bieksa.

      it's more balanced this way, but I wouldn't mind Hamhuis - Bieksa either

    3. Grape

      Grape

      Ohhhh I see. Yeah Sbisa and Weber would be a slight defensive liability

    4. Webster6

      Webster6

      Edler - Hamhuis

      Tanev - Weber

      Sbisa - Bieksa

  6. At this point, the only thing Calgary has to their advantage is speed and physicality. The Canucks have experience, better D, and an overall better team.

    1. BanTSN

      BanTSN

      Wouldn't even say speed. They can try to goon it up, but who cares? We'll bury them on the power play. The Flames are frauds.

    2. 2SKATES1STICK

      2SKATES1STICK

      calgary has been shorthanded 83 times less than the canucks.

      more likely between only bench minors edler dumping it over the glass we'll have taken more penalties.

  7. Move Bieksa up to the 2nd pairing. Speed might be questionable on that pairing, but the leadership and overall play will be better. Weber's been playing well, but him and Hamhuis don't have chemistry together. Kassian and Vrbata could both be options with the Sedins if a spark is needed. Vey should come out. So, overall I'm thinking, if healthy: Sedins/Burrows Higgins/Bonino/Vrbata Matthias/Richardson/Kassian Dorsett/Horvat/Hansen Edler/Tanev Hamhuis/Bieksa Sbisa/Weber Miller or Lack
  8. If Boston doesn't make it, the past 3 teams to knock the Canucks out of the playoffs are out. The team before that was Chicago, who was dealt with in 2011. Does this mean the Canucks will have great success? Yes, I know my logic makes absolutely no sense.

    1. Webster6

      Webster6

      Makes sense to me!

  9. Your sig is done. Check it out in the thread!

  10. 2 point night for Hamhuis (not actually watching though).

  11. How many points do you think Eric Staal would get if he was on a real team and had a guy like Corey Perry beside him?

    1. Ronalds.Kenins41

      Ronalds.Kenins41

      How many points you think the sedins would get in the east considering they were they first since Joe Thornton and Peter Forsberg to cross 100 points in the west.

    2. Kaner

      Kaner

      Staal: Probaly 90 ish points.

      Sedins in their prime: 110+ consistently

    3. soshified

      soshified

      ^they will also be praised and loved by the NHL

  12. Remember a few years ago Rypein attacked that fan in Minnesota. Well, I read somewhere that the person posted a picture on his FB of a cartoon of him standing over Rypein's dead body. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4656766502827&set=a.1579173804933.2081549.1403294579&type=1&theater wtf?

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    2. JohnScott

      JohnScott

      The picture is from 2010, a year before RR died, but he posted it a year after his death. I think the picture was drawn as if RR was knocked out by the Wild fan, but the guy posted it as if he was dead in the picture. Disgustimg.

    3. Crom!

      Crom!

      What a scumbag.

    4. Mr.DirtyDangles

      Mr.DirtyDangles

      Not on facecrack but those that are should report the image as extremely ofensive and flood the losers page with questions asking if he feels like a big man ? Guy is a pathetic waste of air.

  13. I would like to see Hamhuis get scratched so all the people who have criticized his play as of late can see how important he's been lately.

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    2. William_Clarkson

      William_Clarkson

      That's probably why I'm not a coach.

    3. Ghostsof1915

      Ghostsof1915

      I've heard people call into TSN 1040 and blame our loses on Bieksa. Fans are unreal.

    4. Rick Grimes

      Rick Grimes

      Hamhuis is our modern version of Willie Mitchell; adds an unspeakable level of stability to our defense, without him, we're truly lost right now.

  14. Have to give some props to Sbisa. He played 25:39 today (only behind Hamhuis at 26:52) and managed to be a plus player (not a big +/- fan, but it can still be useful).

    1. Brad Marchand

      Brad Marchand

      Gotta hand it to him for stepping it up over the last two weeks.

    2. Odd.

      Odd.

      Deserves a big round of a clap.

    3. Green Building

      Green Building

      Sbisa played very solid today, broke up a few plays around the net for sure. Played strong.